Area-round results involving Texomaland districts in the UIL football playoffs through Friday night, with next week’s pairings: (Note: Sites and times will be added as they become available.)
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It’s already been a good fall of deer hunting in Oklahoma.
By the end of this past weekend’s Segment B archery deer hunt at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge on Lake Texoma, the action for big rutting whitetails was nothing short of outstanding.
BELLS — Lindsey Evans scored 14 points as Pottsboro finished off the first day of the Bells Tournament with a pair of victories, the last a 47-25 win over Lindsay.
BLUE RIDGE — Harrison Martin scored 17 points as Blue Ridge started its tournament with a 63-4 victory against A+ Academy on Thursday night.
ARKADELPHIA. Ark. — Southeastern Oklahoma State’s offense struggled in the second half as the men’s basketball team dropped its Great American Conference opener at Henderson State, 75-48, on Thursday.
WACO — Bells came a long way this season but it saw just how far it still has to go Thursday night.
ARKADELPHIA. Ark. — Emily Williams had a career-high 40 points to lead Southeastern Oklahoma State to an 88-72 win over Henderson State in the Great American Conference openeron Thursday night.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — The Austin College football team had 13 members selected as All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference performers. Nine ‘Roos earned first-team honors while four were named honorable mention.
HOWE — Joaquin Lopez is the quarterback who can’t throw. Not because the senior has a terrible arm but because the circumstances dictate he doesn’t.